Poetry by Keith Ndlovu The first room is the blackroom,It is filled with portraits of me crying,And memories of how I lost my self in the name of love.Black tiles surround the room,And they remind me of how I gave people my heart,And received it back broken,This is a room I want to keep shut... Continue Reading →
Article by Khetiwe Mathuthu. "Clothes DO NOT RAPE people!! Alcohol DOES NOT RAPE people!!! Nights out DO NOT RAPE people!! RAPISTS RAPE PEOPLE!! ~ Rumbidzai Mapeto The national statistics on rape against women, girls, children are shocking. Last year alone over 2,500 sexual abuse cases were recorded during the national lockdown. Childline estimates that at... Continue Reading →
Article by Khetiwe Mathuthu Soul Dudes is a dance duo formed in 2014 that focuses on Afro fusion and contemporary dance. They just recently participated in a dance challenge that was done by Viensmedia for a Dance Cover Challenge and they came in first position. They have had a privilege and opportunity of showcasing their... Continue Reading →
YIT: Greetings Diana, please tell us more about yourself. Diana: My name is Letlohonolo Diana Dube am a young girl currently 18 years of age and am doing my final Alevel year at Marist Brothers. I am an aspiring model and also part time programmer. I enjoy reading and also motivational speaking, girl empowering and... Continue Reading →
12 August marked the International Youth Day, and the 2020 theme was: Youth Engagement For Global Action. All around the globe young people hosted various activities to celebrate this day, and as Youth for innovation Trust we took time off to capture the expressions of young leaders on whether or not youth in Zimbabwe ready for global action.
YIT sat down with the Junior Mayoress of the City of Bulawayo to get her take on the role of the junior council, online learning and other issues
Article by Khethiwe Mathuthu On the 21st of July, the President announced new lock-down regulations and among those regulations he stated that where travel is essential, full requirements and regulations must be followed. Wearing masks, hygiene and social distancing. Full requirements referring to travel letter (pass) one has to carry when going to town. Following... Continue Reading →
YOUTH FOR INNOVATION TRUST in partnership with Umahlekisa Comedy Club brought together Reverend Cele and the award winning poet Rachel Voko Ncube to converse about the role of churches and artists in sharing accountability for community development. Voko said that she understands accountability as being about taking responsibility for your actions, performance and decisions and... Continue Reading →